International Women's Day 2021: Music technology workshops led by women

Temi Salau

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Join us and Music Hackspace as we celebrate International Women’s Day with a specially curated series of free events, led by experts and masters in their field, open and available to all participants from the 6th – 13th March.

Whether you are a beginner or advanced, Music Hackspace invite you to explore their unique workshops, which range from live coding sound to creating dynamic drum patterns, plus much more.

All sessions will be led by women artists, creators, producers and educators, within a safe and inviting online space.

Music Hackspace champion and celebrate women who are active within the music technology field, and hope to support more women (and those who are not often represented including those who identify as non-binary) in learning music technology. Together, we ask everyone in our community to challenge the status quo in music technology, to create more equal, representative and inclusive space for everyone to create, engage and enjoy.

Find out more about our events and the workshop leaders below, or on Music Hackspace’s website

Chloe Alexandra Thompson + guests

Saturday 6th March: Max meetup

Chloe Alexandra Thompson is an interdisciplinary artist and touring sound designer whose works and workshops have been featured in galleries and performance spaces domestically and internationally. Using Max, Thompson creates unique sonic environments and interactive performance tools.


Tuesday 9th March: Map your movement to music with Gliss & Glover workshop

Chagall is an Amsterdam-based singer, producer and performer known for her use of the MiMU Gloves to control music & reactive visuals. With performances at South by Southwest, Ableton Loop, TEDx and many more Chagall is one of the most experienced users of the technology. She is also the UX designer for MiMU’s Glover & Gliss.

Melody Loveless

Wednesday 10th March: Live Coding Sound with TidalCycles

Melody is an artist, creative technologist, and educator based in Brooklyn, NYC. Her work ranges from live coding performance, generative sound installations, multisensory performance, and more. She currently teaches at Hunter College and Harvestworks and is part of Cycling 74’s Max Certified Trainer Program.

Purvi Trivedi

Thursday 11th March: Tone.js workshop

Purvi is a London based web developer with years of experience in music technology & ux research. She currently works as a Frontend Engineer at Potato, an award-winning digital product studio that works with the likes of Google, PepsiCo, Mozilla, the BBC and NatWest. She has co-produced KALA, an album that explores human emotions through the design of everyday sounds.

Mel Uye-Parker

Friday 12th March: Creating dynamic drum patterns in Ableton Live workshop

Mel is a London based music producer, vocalist and educator. She spends most of her time teaching people how to make music with Ableton Live and Push. When she’s not doing any of the above, she makes educational content and helps music teachers and schools integrate technology into their classrooms. She is particularly interested in training and supporting female and non-binary people to succeed in the music world.

Anna Lakatos

Saturday 13th March: Racks, Variations and Creative Processing in Live 11

Anna is a London based producer, engineer, vocalist and educator. Anna is a certified trainer for Ableton.

Anna is currently working as a university lecturer in London, teaching music production, creating educational content and working on her next releases as ANNA DISCLAIM.

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